Well, as part of my hunt for coolant leaks I removed the front bumper to get access to the radiator etc.
As a few "How do I" type questions come up about bumper removal, I have taken a few photos.
The Front bumper is held in 4 main places.
Across the top of the grill (5 x Cross Head Screws)
Inside the wheel arch (2 x Cross Head Screws on each side)
Underneath the radiator (2 x Cross Headed Plastic Screws)
In the recesses each side of the number plate (2 x T50 Torx Screws)
I started by removing the 5 screws at the top.
Then I removed the front wheel arch liners. There are 2 metal cross head screws on the front edge of the arch and one on the rear edge.
and 3 pastic trim cross head screws at the back of the arch, holding the liner in place.
Once all of the liner screws are removed you can remove the liner. Start by peeling the liner from the front of the arch
Until the whole liner is released and it can be pulled out over the wheel.
Then remove the 4 cross headed screws (2 each side) holding the bumper to the wing.
If you have foglights, you can now disconnect the plugs to each light. Using thumb and forefinger squeeze (or push) the rear edges of the plug together to release it and pull towards you.
While you are under the car, there are 2 plastic trim screws that secure the underside of the bumper to a central strap. Remove these. You may need a right angled screwdriver or need to remove the plastic panel behind to gain access with a normal screwdriver.
Now lie something soft in front of the bumper in case it falls to prevent it getting scratched.
You can now remove the two Torx screws holding the bumper to the chassis.